Paul D’Abruzzo is a coach & advisor to 200+ Real estate investors in southern Ontario. An avid investor himself with a portfolio of development projects, multi-family, and residential properties, Paul is a family man with three energetic daughters and a ...
Paul D’Abruzzo is a coach & advisor to 200+ Real estate investors in southern Ontario. An avid investor himself with a portfolio of development projects, multi-family, and residential properties, Paul is a family man with three energetic daughters and a lovely wife.
In this episode, Paul talks about how he doesn’t shy away from problems, believing that your ability to respond well to any problem can make you successful in anything you try. While most people try to avoid problems at all costs, Paul suggests we should seek them out and become problem solvers instead.
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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
“It’s all about problem-solving. You solve a small problem. And then when you look for something bigger and better, you’re looking to solve a bigger and better problem. And usually, when you solve bigger and better problems, you get bigger and better money, you’re bigger and better profits.” – Paul D’Abruzzo
“If I really put my heart and soul into it, I can really set myself up and more importantly, my family up to have a good lifestyle, and make life good.” – Paul D’Abruzzo
“It’s your ability to respond to problems if you improve that skill, becomes better than everybody else, then it doesn’t matter what the problem is, you can take it on.” – Paul D’Abruzzo
“I find it in this day and age with social media and all the distractions that are out there is one important word you have to be is, authentic. You have to be you. You have to be authentically you. And if you disguise it, or try and change your language or motives to appease a certain group, your message fails, and you’re not true to yourself.” – Paul D’Abruzzo
“You’re not supposed to know everything; nobody does. What I mean with being authentic is, if you share what you’re doing and why you’re doing it and how you’re learning, and the people you’re learning from, people are going to gravitate to you for information and for honest information.” – Paul D’Abruzzo
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